At a glance
With a profusion of agricultural produce from the surrounding area, it is no surprise that the restaurant comes up trumps.
Cheltenham is a picturesque town characterised by its stucco fronted buildings.
Whether it’s a wedding or a large celebration, the hotel is adept at group entertaining.
Pamper in the spa and treat yourself to something wonderful in the restaurant – an ideal hotel for a weekend break.
Spa & Leisure
Cheltenham is one of those little pockets of Gloucestershire that is simply a pleasure to spend time in, making it the ideal place for a spa with the convenience of being in a town. Equipped with a sensation steam room, four treatment rooms and a Jessica nail bar complete with two massage chairs, the spa hosts a broad range of ESPA treatments including body wraps, massages, facials, Jessica manicures and a host of pampering packages especially for men.
Hotel & Accommodation
Situated in the town’s chic Montpelier district, the hotel has 49 rooms and suites set behind the white, stuccoed façade characteristic of the location. Inside the design is centred around a spiral staircase while the most striking thing about the rooms, given the central location, is how light they are and the relaxed contemporary chic of the interiors.
This being a Hotel du Vin, the food and drink is of utmost importance. The Laroche tasting table under the guidance of the in house sommelier is a great opportunity for wine lovers to sample a selection of wines, while head chef Paul Mottram makes the most of an abundance of local produce in the Bistro restaurant.